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Thursday 18th March 2021

11:00 - 13:00 & 14:00 - 16:00



LinkedIn Virtual Seminar with Lincoln Coutts

Would you like to know how to unlock the power of LinkedIn?

Following the success of our previous LinkedIn workshops, Lincoln Coutts will be returning to guide you through the essential tips and tricks of this powerful platform.

As lockdown eases it is still important to have a strong online presence when networking or looking for your next career. Whether you are just getting started or have had a profile for years, Lincoln will show you how to make the most of LinkedIn in your job search.


5 reasons to attend:

  • Increase your knowledge of social media and LinkedIn
  • Hear personal advice and tips from an expert in the field
  • Learn practical actions to improve your profile
  • Gain new skills to enhance your job search
  • Build your knowledge to network effectively online


“Lincoln’s knowledge and delivery in the workshop was outstanding. It provided me with an understanding of LinkedIn and how it works that will certainly help me build my profile, my connections and my business. An excellent day!”


Lincoln will join us for a morning session and an afternoon session:

11:00 - 13:00 Profile and Privacy
14:00 - 16:00 Jobs and Networking

Join us for one or for both, to strengthen your understanding of the platform and ensure you are using LinkedIn to its full potential.

This workshop is open to officers and their dependants, so please feel free to share with your family and network of fellow officers.

About Lincoln Coutts:
Lincoln has over 19 years of HR consulting experience and 16 years in social media consulting. He is a visiting lecturer at several business schools, including the London Business School and Said Business School, and advises SMEs and FTSE 100 on social media optimisation.

He has trained over 35,000 people to build their digital footprint to enable them to connect and network across the platform.

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